Radar helps solve painted lady migration mystery

October 19, 2012
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Radar helps solve painted lady migration mystery

The mystery of an annual disappearance of a UK butterfly has been solved, scientists say after tracking the painted lady’s migration on radar. They found that the butterflies do not die in this country at the end of summer, as some believed, but make a high altitude escape south – one leg of a...
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Woch nan dio pa konnen doule woch nan soley. The rock in the water does not know the pain of the rock in the sun.

October 19, 2012
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Woch nan dio pa konnen doule woch nan soley. The rock in the water does not know the pain of the rock in the sun.

Robert Muscoso, head of SOGEBANK  now knows the pain of a “rock in the sun.” Robert Muscoso is now out of the water and exposed to the sun as his daughter and son are kidnapped by, of all things, men in a PNH vehicle. They were grabbed on a street in Bourdon. It is...
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Japan denies that the rice delivered in Haiti is contaminated-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

October 19, 2012
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Japan denies that the rice delivered in Haiti is contaminated-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Following the publication of an article in a Haitian media, saying that rice delivered by Japan, would have been grown near the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear plant, and thus would be contaminated by radioactive dust, the Embassy of Japan provides a formal denial and gives all the explanations allowing to refute this article, information that this...
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Tuberculosis effort in real danger – WHO

October 18, 2012
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Tuberculosis effort in real danger – WHO

By James Gallagher Health and science reporter, BBC News There were 1.4 million deaths from tuberculosis in 2011. The international effort to eliminate tuberculosis is “in real danger”, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Its latest figures showed there were 8.7 million new cases in 2011 and 1.4 million deaths. It warned of...
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Market on delmas 31 torched by Aristide activists this morning!!! To what purpose? It only hurts the poor who are supposedly Aristide’s supporters. October 18, 2012

October 18, 2012
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With cops closing in, Haitian music promoter takes own life

October 17, 2012
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With cops closing in, Haitian music promoter takes own life

A popular figure in the Haitian music scene, Joseph Kernizan stood accused of a double homicide last weekend in New York. A promoter of Haitian band Nulook, Joseph Kernizan, shot himself to death while surrounded by federal agents in North Miami Wednesday morning. Kernizan was a suspect in the slaying of a couple in...
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Salaire minimum : des sénateurs exigent des explications

October 17, 2012
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Salaire minimum : des sénateurs exigent des explications

Le Nouvelliste | Publié le : mardi 16 octobre 2012 Yvince HILAIRE Josepha R. Gauthier, ministre des Affaires sociales et du Travail Yvince Hilaire 8 La ministre des Affaires sociales et du Travail s’est expliquée ce mardi devant la commission des Droits humains et anticorruption du Sénat sur le dossier relatif à la loi fixant le salaire minimum....
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Wyclef Jean Says ‘History’ Will Account For Failed Yele Haiti ‘A hundred years from now facts will come out, so history will always be on my side,’ Clef tells MTV News of nonprofit’s financial scandals.

October 17, 2012
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Wyclef Jean Says ‘History’ Will Account For Failed Yele Haiti ‘A hundred years from now facts will come out, so history will always be on my side,’ Clef tells MTV News of nonprofit’s financial scandals.

In the wake of the devastating earthquake that battered Haiti in 2010, Wyclef Jean immediately stepped up his efforts to raise relief money for the island through his Yele Haiti foundation. Eventually the non-profit came under fire for financial scandals, and in September, it was shuttered completely, but Wyclef maintains that history will account...
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CHILDREN OF CHAIRMAN SOGEBANK KIDNAPPED!!- ROBERT MOSCUSO’S CHILDREN GRABBED 1PM OCT 17 IN BOURDON BY PEOPLE IN PNH VEHICLE

October 17, 2012
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As with the kidnap of Edouard Baussan – UNIBANK – the Muscoso kidnap has not received any publicity.
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Letter to the Editor sent by HUGH LOCKE on Monday in response to article in last Friday’s New York Times

October 17, 2012
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Letter to the Editor sent by HUGH LOCKE on Monday in response to article in last Friday’s New York Times

TO THE EDITOR: Deborah Sontag’s article about Yele Haiti (“In Haiti, Little Can Be Found of a Hip-Hop Artist’s Charity” – Oct. 12) is riddled with errors and misrepresentation. Three examples serve to illustrate. Yéle was asked by the Jean et Marie orphanage for help because the children were malnourished and living in absolute...
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Police fear suspect in double murder outside Bronx hotel may make break for Haiti

October 17, 2012
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Police fear suspect in double murder outside Bronx hotel may make break for Haiti

Joseph Kernizan, accused of murdering ex-girlfriend Tracy Bennett and reggae singer Wayne Hamilton, is put on no-fly list as manhunt continues. MARLON MYRIE/ AJAMU PHOTOGRAPHY/MARLON MYRIE/ AJAMU PHOTOGRAPHY Tracy Bennett and Wayne Hamilton  were murdered outside a seedy motel. Joseph Kernizan is being hunted in the love-triangle double slaying. Joseph Kernizan The News reported...
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Pamela White and Javier Nino Perez, met with Senators of the opposition

October 17, 2012
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Pamela White and Javier Nino Perez, met with Senators of the opposition

The U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Pamela White accompanied by Javier Nino Perez, Head of Delegation of the European Union in Haiti, have met Monday morning with the Senators : François Annick Joseph (OPL) and Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé (INITE) around the organization of the next elections. Senator Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimùé, who is among those...
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JESSE JACKSON JR. CORNERED

October 17, 2012
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JESSE JACKSON JR. CORNERED

WASHINGTON — His constituents haven’t seen him in four months. His staff insists he is too depressed for public appearances. But The Daily found Jesse Jackson Jr. smoking a cigar on the stoop of his $1.3 million home yesterday, the same day he was accused of bilking his campaign funds and drinking away his...
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Haiti: 2 Years After Earthquake-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

October 16, 2012
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Haiti: 2 Years After Earthquake-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

COMMENT: HAITIAN-TRUTH.ORG When I see the photo of the lady, with her premature baby, I hope for Wyclef Jean’s jailing with a bunch of guys who will sexually molest the creep. This child, and its mother, have little hope for survival in the Haiti that now exists. Wyclef’s $16,000,000 and his $500,000 collection of...
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The Trials and Tribulations of a Failed Charity

October 16, 2012
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The Trials and Tribulations of a Failed Charity

NY Times:
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Hillary Clinton va inaugurer le Parc industriel de Caracol

October 16, 2012
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Hillary Clinton va inaugurer le Parc industriel de Caracol

Laurent Lamothe et Hillary Clinton à New York à l’occasion de la 67e assemblée générale de l’ONU Il n’y a pratiquement plus de places dans les hôtels au Cap-Haitien. La Secrétaire d’Etat américain, Hillary R. Clinton et son époux l’ancien président américain Bill Clinton seront dans la cité christophienne ce 22 octobre pour inaugurer...
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Muhammad Yunus announces financing in Haiti

October 16, 2012
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Muhammad Yunus announces financing in Haiti

Nobel peace laureate Mohammad Yunus speaks during a conference at the Montana Hotel in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Yunus has announced that his pro-business development group is financing several endeavors through a mix of loans and equity. The projects that incorporate Yunus’ development philosophy of “social business” include two poultry farms, a...
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Feds still investigating IDT on foreign bribery charges

October 15, 2012
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Feds still investigating IDT on foreign bribery charges

The Komisar Scoop has posted a new item, ‘Feds still investigating IDT on foreign bribery charges’ Oct 15, 2012 – If you have followed the stories here showing strong evidence that IDT, the Newark-based telecom, bribed officials of the Haitian phone company, Teleco, you will be interested in today’s SEC filing by IDT. It...
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Haitians protest against President Martelly

October 15, 2012
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Haitians protest against President Martelly

Demonstrators said Martelly wastes public money in unnecessary travelling abroad Continue reading the main story Related Stories Haiti to pay benefits via mobile Haiti army plans divide opinion Profile: Michel Martelly Hundreds of people in Haiti have protested against the high cost of living and called for the resignation of President Michel Martelly. In...
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Haiti’s amputees struggle, but they are not dismissed as ‘good-for-nothings’

October 15, 2012
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Haiti’s amputees struggle, but they are not dismissed as ‘good-for-nothings’

View Photo Gallery — Haitian amputees find support in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake: Charities offer assistance to many people with disabilities, even those who were not injured in the massive quake. By David Brown, Monday, October 15, 1:35 PM In Port-au-Prince, Haiti — Coralie Brutus, a 7-year-old with red hair ribbons, is not making the knees...
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